Months of regional camps and film evaluations distilled the class of 2019 quarterback crop into 24 elite arms that all converged on Southern California for the Elite 11 Finals, the nation’s most prestigious high school quarterback summit. After three days of competition, drill work, simulated pro day workouts and 7on7 showcases, that group was filtered down once again into a final 12 names that have earned a trip to Dallas and The Opening Finals (June 30-July 3).

247Sports is able to exclusively release the list of 12 quarterbacks that the Elite 11 has selected for 2018.

Spencer Rattler, Phoenix (Ariz.) Pinnacle – 247Sports’ top performer of the weekend, Rattler is the new-age quarterback that can extend plays with his legs, but is a crisp, accurate, productive passer through the air. He’s a Lincoln Riley prototype and is committed to Oklahoma. 247Sports Composite Pro-Style Ranking: 1.

Bo Nix, Pinson (Ala.) Pinson Valley – There may not be a safer bet in the country than Nix. He’s smart and accurate and was the third best quarterback of the weekend according to our own Greg Biggins and Blair Angulo. He’s committed to Auburn. 247Sports Composite Dual-Threat Ranking: 1.

Jayden Daniels, San Bernadino (Calif.) Cajon – A tall, wiry quarterback that put up insane numbers as a junior and has showcased huge upside. UCLA is the Crystal Ball favorite. 247Sports Composite Dual-Threat Ranking: 2.

Max Duggan, Council Bluffs (Iowa) Lewis Central – The best athlete at the Elite 11 Finals, Duggan doesn’t have the production numbers of some others but has as much upside as anyone. He’s committed to TCU. 247Sports Composite Dual-Threat Ranking: 8.

Ty Evans, Monument (Colo.) Palmer Ridge – A complete quarterback that got stronger as the weekend continued in Southern California, Evans has been a star of the offseason. He’s committed to Colorado. 247Sports Composite Pro-Style Ranking: 17.

Brian Maurer, Ocala (Fla.) West Port – A bit of a revelation of the camp circuit, Maurer has the frame at 6-4 and the arm talent to emerge as one of the elite quarterbacks in this class. West Virginia is the current Crystal Ball favorite. 247Sports Composite Pro-Style Ranking: 18.

Cade McNamara, Reno (Nev.) Damonte Ranch – 247Sports’ Greg Biggins and Blair Angulo called McNamara’s Sunday 7on7 session the best of the weekend. He cruised into the top 12 with a strong all-around weekend. He’s a Michigan pledge. 247Sports Composite Pro-Style Ranking: 10.

Graham Mertz, Mission (Kan.) Blue Valley North – There may not be a higher upside thrower in this class than Mertz and college coaches have signed off on that by making him a priority despite his pledge to Wisconsin. Notre Dame, Clemson and Ohio State are among the others chasing. 247Sports Composite Pro-Style Ranking: 5.

Dylan Morris, Graham (Wash.) Graham-Kapowsin – You’re not going to find film in the class of 2019 that’s more fun than what Morris has put together and his craftiness and arm confidence translated in the camp setting as well. He’s committed to Washington. 247Sports Composite Pro-Style Ranking: 2.

Ryan Hilinski, Orange (Calif.) Lutheran – He’s tall, has arm upside, has strong leadership qualities and was outstanding over the course of the weekend in California. The California native is committed to South Carolina. 247Sports Composite Pro-Style Ranking: 6.

Sam Howell, Monroe (N.C.) Sun Valley – A thick, stocky quarterback who can shrug off a free rusher and extend plays with his legs is also an extremely natural thrower. He’s committed to Florida State. 247Sports Composite Pro-Style Ranking: 4.

Taulia Tagovailoa, Alabaster (Ala.) Thompson – Undersized but instinctive and accurate with the football, Tagovailoa also has one of the top arms in the country and showed it off over the weekend. The younger brother of Tua, Tualia is committed to Alabama. 247Sports Composite Pro-Style Ranking: 8.